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The Quick2Judge system was designed, written and built by VIP Computer Company, Inc.  VIP has been in business since 1988 designing and writing customized business software.  The company is owned by Jerry Isenhower who is a 4th Dan Black Belt in Taekwondo and a 3rd Dan Black Belt in Hapkido. Below is why the Quick2Judge system is better than any other scoring system on the market.
 
"I have used several electronic scoring systems during my training and tournament competiton and have found the past and current software is very difficult to use and learn.  Either the software is written by programmers who don't have martial arts competition experience and the software is difficult to use, or it is written by martial artists who don't have experience writing user friendly software interfaces. 

Here's an example of what I mean.  One particular software, "Software X", makes use of the right mouse button to do certain functions in their software, such as adding or subtracting time from the match clock.  However, if you haven't had extensive training on the software, you'd never know that by looking at the scorekeeper's screen.  In a tournament situation, you may not know what black belts will be officiating at your tournament.  If this is the case, it is unlikely all the black belts at the tournament will know how to use "Software X".  They could spend hours trying to figure out how to add or subtract time from the match time without reading the manual.  With Quick2Judge, I've placed buttons on the screen for everything you will need to do during your match.  This is why it is so easy to learn and use. 

During the testing period of Quick2Judge, I tested it during training at the Indiana Taekwondo Academy classes.  We have a young black belt there named Zach who at the time of the initial testing was 7 years old.  This young man has competed at numerous tournaments including AAU Taekwondo Junior Olympics.  I took 15 minutes to show him how to use the system one morning and he's been using it ever since.  He is without a doubt the most experienced person I have on the system.  Tournament directors love the software because they can use parents and non-students to run the scoring system and not tie up valuable black belts who can be used as judges or referees.

A Quick2Judge system is used every month at our school's Fight Night.  Because most students and instructors want to spar, we usually have the student's parents run the system, without any prior training at all.  It really is that easy to use.

It's the little things that make the difference.  Such as adding the English and Korean terms to the buttons.  This may not sound like a big deal, but consider this.  You have an inexperienced scorekeeper running Quick2Judge and an experienced Center Referee.  If during the match, the Center Referee yells "Shi-gan".  The scorekeeper will need to see a button on the screen that says "Shi-gan".  They might not know "Shi-gan" means "Time" and to stop the match clock.  But let's say in another ring, the Center Referee is not as experienced and they use English terms and they yell "Time".  On the Quick2Judge system, the button that says "Shi-gan" also has "Time" on it.  --- Jerry Isenhower, Owner